A museum in Texas a state in the South Central region of the United States, has removed a statue of former US President Donald Trump following getting repeated punches from visitors.
Donald Trump was President of the United States from November 2016 to January 19, 2020, but even during his presidency, the American people were angry with him.
Hate against Donald Trump grew even more after he urged his supporters to attack the US Parliament on January 6, 2021, for not conceding defeat in the November 2020 US presidential election defeat.
Twitter also shut down his account after supporters of Donald Trump were provoked to attack parliament and spread false information.
A recent poll in the United States also found that Donald Trump’s popularity had plummeted to a very low level, with only 5 to 6 per cent of people now supporting the former US president.
Donald Trump’s declining popularity has led to public attacks on his statue, which has now been replaced by a wax museum in San Antonio, Texas.
According to the local news website San Antonio Express, the statue of Donald Trump in the museum has been removed following an increase in public attacks in recent days.
According to the report, the museum administration took security measures to remove the statue of Donald Trump, but at the same time indicated that his statue will be decorated again when the statue of the current US President Joe Biden will also be kept in the museum.
According to the museum administration, the statue of Donald Trump has been punched by most tourists in the past few weeks, making it inevitable to remove the statue.
This is not the first time that a statue of Donald Trump has been removed from a museum. Earlier, in October 2020, a museum in the German capital Berlin removed his wax statue.
The administration of the Madame Tussauds in Berlin removed a statue of Donald Trump just before the November 2020 US presidential election.